|The Coffee House - Feature - Mark Cohen|
In memoriam for jazz bassist Keter Betts
Keywords: jazz; bass; Silver Spring
|Spelecaster - Midnight Leading Tones - Howard Anshell|
This is an album featuring Howard Anshell on Spelecaster (guitar) and Gibson Ripper Bass guitar. Songs include" Hillelevation""The Lost City""The More I Like It""Just Like That""Clockwork Crows Shake the Wires""Subliminal""Into the Glare"Gimme Gimme""It's Alive""Get Up & Get Dune""Asparamungus""Burrito's Revenge"
Keywords: Spelecaster; guitar; bass; rock
|YOURSELF - Still Snappin' Whippers - Howard Anshell|
THis is a 2011 album by jazz-rock flute & guitar duo YOURSELF (Diane Anshell - flute & Howard Anshell - Spelecaster)with extra solo songs by Howard Anshell on Spelecaster, Gibson Ripper Bass guitar, and Electric Sitar. Songs include: "Next Nexus""Obne Step""Ectoplastic""Sci-Fi Rock #1""Just Skidoodlin'""Fuzzy Shake""Pearl of Great Price""Strike Metal Striking Wood""Another Day""Bass Monsoon""There Ain't No Shade""Why'd Abyss""The Coming of the Hamsters""Dimensions Intrude""Cornucopia"
Keywords: YOURSELF; jazz; rock; flute; Spelecaster; guitar; bass; Electric Sitar
|Techno booth Party bass beats lower level - VJ SOXO|
video loop mix as dance party signage
Keywords: bass; beats; techno; booth; party; lower; level; arkaos; juicer; dance; club music
|YOURSELF presents #338 Light Show & Kaleidoscope 2 Spelecaster - Howard Anshell|
episode #338 of "YOURSELF presents " from 2011 is the second part of the Light Show & Kaleidoscope Special featuring the light show of Bill Wesley's Array Lights and Kaleidoscope art by Howard Anshell, this time set to the music of the Spelecaster guitar setup played by Howard Anshell, who also plays Gibson Ripper Bass. Selections from the album "Midnight Leading Tones" are "Hillelevision""The Lost City""The More I Like It""Just Like That" "Get Up& Get Dune"and "Asparamungus" and the in studio j...
Keywords: YOURSELF; Spelecaster; guitar; bass; instrumental rock; light show; Array; Kaleidoscope; video effects
Downloads: 2,360 (1 review)
|YOURSELF presents 287 feat Prince Of Piano & Duke Of Drums And Will Faeber - Howard Anshell, Peter Robberecht & Will Faeber|
episode #287 of YOURSELF presents from 2006 features hosts YOURSELF (Diane Anshell - flute and vocals & Howard Anshell - guitar and vocals) performing the songs "Summerdance" & "DNA Boogie" and guests "The Prince of Piano & the Duke of Drums" (Peter Robberecht - piano & Stephan Marino - Drums) performing the jazz songs "Passings" & "Letz Get Outta Her" and jazz quartet "Will Faeber" (Will Faeber. Derek Ethridge, Greg Pardue & Gary Peck)performing " It's Not the Moon That Cries" & " You Don't Mis...
Keywords: YOURSELF; jazz; rock; flute; guitar; Prince of Piano; Duke of Drums; Will Faeber; piano; drums; bass; sax
|Sentient VS State Of Mind - Durtymac and B-Movie|
This is a vj/dvj mix of two audio tracks from Auckland based producers Sentient and State of Mind. The tracks are Forgotten Summer by Sentient and Back to the jungle by State of Mind. Both tracks used by kind permission. Copyright remains with said artists. Loops to follow as a separate pack soon. All the visuals accompanying the audio are shot and produced by myself and B-Movie. It was mixed with Module 8 ,2 x dvj, DJM 800 and a V4
Keywords: Visuals loops footage Drum; Bass; State; of; Mind; Sentient; Forgotten; Summer; back; to; the; jungle; VJ; DVJ; Durtymac; B-Movie; DNB; Music; video; dvj
|Improv:21: John Lindberg: Bass Walk - ROVA:Arts|
Derk Richardson interviews composer and bassist John Lindberg, recorded at the Red Poppy Art House in San Francisco on November 14, 2009, as part of the ROVA:Arts Improv 21 series of informances. John Lindberg is a New York based musician who was in the Bay Area on a temporary teaching stint at the California at Cal Arts. This informal discussion begins with Lindberg performing “Fiddlesticks,” a work that he has been part of his solo double bass repertoire for about 20 years...
Keywords: Improv:21; John Lindberg; Improvisation; Jazz; Double bass music; Interview; Music
|Improv:21 - An Informance with Mark Dresser|
A performance and lecture by composer and bassist Mark Dresser, recorded on April 15, 2008, at the Marsh, in San Francisco, as part of the Improv:21 series sponsored by ROVA Arts. After a brief introduction by Derk Richardson, Dresser takes the stage and performs a lengthy improvisation, before launching into what is no less than a master class on extended playing techniques, intervals, harmonics, and the creative uses of amplification...
Keywords: ROVA:Arts; Improv:21; Lecture; Panel Discussion; Jazz; Improvisation; Double Bass; Mark Dresser